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Beretta 1935 .32 ACP - Going old school
Beretta 1935 .32 ACP - Going old school
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Beretta Model 1934 380
Beretta Model 1934 380
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The Beretta Model 1935 Handgun
The Beretta Model 1935 Handgun
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Beretta model 1934 or Beretta M1935
Beretta model 1934 or Beretta M1935
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BERETTA .32 (7.65mm)  PISTOL MODEL 1935
BERETTA .32 (7.65mm) PISTOL MODEL 1935
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I Have This Old Gun - Beretta 1935 Auto Pistol
I Have This Old Gun - Beretta 1935 Auto Pistol
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Beretta M1935 .32 ACP Test Fire
Beretta M1935 .32 ACP Test Fire
DATE: 2015/03/14::
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beretta 1935 detail part 1 (slide)
beretta 1935 detail part 1 (slide)
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.32 auto Beretta model 1935.
.32 auto Beretta model 1935.
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PISTOLA BERETTA CALIBRE 765 M1935
PISTOLA BERETTA CALIBRE 765 M1935
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Beretta 1934 1935 magnetic laser - just some fun - only one ever made by us RAMLITE
Beretta 1934 1935 magnetic laser - just some fun - only one ever made by us RAMLITE
DATE: 2015/05/01::
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Just Fieldstrip - #071 - Beretta Model 1934
Just Fieldstrip - #071 - Beretta Model 1934
DATE: 2012/11/04::
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M1935 Beretta .32ACP test Fire Pt.2
M1935 Beretta .32ACP test Fire Pt.2
DATE: 2015/03/14::
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M1935-Review
M1935-Review
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BERETTA 81F İNCELEME
BERETTA 81F İNCELEME
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Beretta Model 1935 + Glock 17 Duel Wield
Beretta Model 1935 + Glock 17 Duel Wield
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Beretta 70s Cougar Cheetah 92fs m9 Taurus PT92 Af PT58 S Titan II FIE 1934 1935 380
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Beretta model 1935
Beretta model 1935
DATE: 2015/04/12::
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Beretta 76 "hit parade" [Live Music] at 1935 Studios
Beretta 76 "hit parade" [Live Music] at 1935 Studios
DATE: 2007/08/28::
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Beretta F.B.I. collectible knife
Beretta F.B.I. collectible knife
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shooting my beretta
shooting my beretta
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BERETTA MODEL 70 İNCELEME
BERETTA MODEL 70 İNCELEME
DATE: 2015/06/04::
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Beretta 76 perform "Pegasus" [Live Music]
Beretta 76 perform "Pegasus" [Live Music]
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Beretta Model 1951 9mm
Beretta Model 1951 9mm
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Beretta 70
Beretta 70
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Beretta Px4 Storm 9mm Unboxing & In Depth Review
Beretta Px4 Storm 9mm Unboxing & In Depth Review
DATE: 2014/05/18::
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Beretta 3032 Tomcat
Beretta 3032 Tomcat
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Beretta model 70
Beretta model 70
DATE: 2012/11/14::
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Beretta 948
Beretta 948
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beretta 950B 635/ 25 ACP
beretta 950B 635/ 25 ACP
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Beretta 92 Compact
Beretta 92 Compact
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Smontaggio di una Beretta 70, calibro 7,65.
Smontaggio di una Beretta 70, calibro 7,65.
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Fucile Semiautomatico Beretta A400 Xplor UNICO Semiauto Shotgun
Fucile Semiautomatico Beretta A400 Xplor UNICO Semiauto Shotgun
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Thorough cleaning of a Beretta Tomcat 3032 semi-auto Part one disassembly
Thorough cleaning of a Beretta Tomcat 3032 semi-auto Part one disassembly
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Beretta 81 & 84
Beretta 81 & 84
DATE: 2015/01/09::
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Beretta 70 Series Disassemble/Reassemble
Beretta 70 Series Disassemble/Reassemble
DATE: 2010/01/08::
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Beretta 85F (.380 ACP) Tabletop Review
Beretta 85F (.380 ACP) Tabletop Review
DATE: 2013/10/27::
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Semi-automatic Beretta M1934 Testing (9mm short)
Semi-automatic Beretta M1934 Testing (9mm short)
DATE: 2010/01/25::
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Beretta 92G SD
Beretta 92G SD
DATE: 2013/01/01::
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Beretta Tomcat 3032 .32 review
Beretta Tomcat 3032 .32 review
DATE: 2010/03/04::
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Lego Beretta model 38
Lego Beretta model 38
DATE: 2012/10/19::
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Italian Automatic Rifles 1890 - 1945
Italian Automatic Rifles 1890 - 1945
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Beretta 90 two grips
Beretta 90 two grips
DATE: 2011/04/07::
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Beretta Tomcat 3032 INOX
Beretta Tomcat 3032 INOX
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Non ti scordar di me(De Curtis-Furnò-Marischka)Perchè mi hai fatto innamorare (Beretta-Savini)
Non ti scordar di me(De Curtis-Furnò-Marischka)Perchè mi hai fatto innamorare (Beretta-Savini)
DATE: 2014/11/15::
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Photo - High Flyer: NRA National Firearms Museum Featured Gun
Photo - High Flyer: NRA National Firearms Museum Featured Gun
DATE: 2009/11/11::
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Rare Italian Infantry Weapons (1900-1945)/  Armi rare fanteria italiana (1900-1945)
Rare Italian Infantry Weapons (1900-1945)/ Armi rare fanteria italiana (1900-1945)
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Mauser 08 S/42 V1.0 - Shooting with Waffenlobbyist
Mauser 08 S/42 V1.0 - Shooting with Waffenlobbyist
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100 metreden baretta
100 metreden baretta
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Colonel Baretta
Colonel Baretta
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Beretta M1935
Beretta M1935.JPG
Type Semi-automatic pistol
Place of origin Kingdom of Italy
Service history
In service 1937
Used by Italy, Germany
Wars World War II
Production history
Manufacturer Beretta
Produced 1935–1967
Number built Approx. 525,000
Specifications
Cartridge 7.65×17mm Browning SR (.32 ACP)
Action Blowback
Muzzle velocity 925 ft/s (282 m/s)
Feed system 8-round detachable box magazine
M1935 right side
M1935 slide open

The Beretta M1935 is a compact .32 ACP caliber blowback pistol that was manufactured by Beretta.

History[edit]

In the early 1930s, the Italian army was impressed by the Walther PP pistol. Beretta did not want to lose a big Italian military contract and designed the compact M1934 for the Italian army, which accepted it in 1937. The M1935 is simply an M1934, modified to fire .32ACP ammunition.

Specifications[edit]

The M1935 is a single-action semi-automatic blowback pistol that fires the .32 ACP ammunition. It is made out of carbon steel with plastic grips. It is fitted with a manual safety and another safety on the hammer and when the last shot has been fired the slide is retained open by the empty magazine. The magazine capacity is 8 rounds. As this pistol was built for the Italian army, all parts were interchangeable, which simplified maintenance and manufacturing: a first at the time.

Intended market[edit]

The M1935 was purpose built and designed for the Italian armed forces, however it was also sold to the civilian market and issued to the German forces in 1944 and 1945.

Design advantages[edit]

Fitted with the Beretta style open slide, the M1935 has a very reliable feeding and extraction cycle. It was made with few parts and is very simple to maintain. The M1935 is a very robust construction with long service life if properly maintained.

Limitations[edit]

The .32 ACP ammunition is somewhat under-powered for combat use. The magazine capacity of only 8 rounds and short effective range reduces the M1935 to a last resort self-defense weapon. The slide is not of the self-catching type; the magazine retains the action to the rear. When the magazine is removed the action returns forward on an empty chamber. This slows down reloading of the pistol.

Production[edit]

  • From 1935 to 1967, about 525,000 units.
  • Mod. 1935 cal. 7.65 / .32ACP
  • Start / end of production from 1935 to 1967
    • Quantity produced about 525,000
  • Start - End -Serial numbers
    • 1935 - 1959 from about 410000 to 923048
    • 1962 - 1963 from A10001 to A14130
    • 1966 - 1967 from H14131 to H14673

World War II prize guns[edit]

The Beretta M1935 was captured in huge numbers during World War II from Italian and German armed forces by allied soldiers, who liked it because of its small size, rugged design and good construction. Many of these captured pistols are operational to this day and widespread in the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, France and in the United Kingdom. The M1935 is compact and easy to hide, with ammunition available for it.

See also[edit]

External links[edit]

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